Precor Jobs & Careers in Woodinville, WA

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24 days ago

Software Development Manager

Precor Inc. Woodinville, WA

include resource planning, staffing, and project leadership in a complex, multi-disciplined development environment. You will work directly with…

30+ days ago

Software Engineer - Touch Screen Console

Precor Inc. Woodinville, WA

s: The Product Development group is seeking a Software Engineer that has experience developing Android applications. This role is responsible for…

30+ days ago

DevOps Engineer

Precor Inc. Woodinville, WA

As a DevOps Engineer on the Platform Team you will participate in the planning, design, and implementation efforts of a small cross-functional team…

5 days ago

Mechanical Engineer

Precor Inc. Woodinville, WA

The Mechanical Sustaining Engineer is responsible to participate in a cross-functional team to design, develop, and test improvements to existing…

30+ days ago

Mechanical Test Engineer

Precor Inc. Woodinville, WA

The Mechanical Test Engineer is responsible for assisting the test group and engineering development teams in the evaluation and testing of…

30+ days ago

Senior Software Engineer - QT Applications

Precor Inc. Woodinville, WA

s: The Product Development group is seeking a Senior Software Engineer that is an expert in Qt application development to join our team. This role…

30+ days ago

Network Support Analyst

Precor Inc. Woodinville, WA

Precor Information Technology is responsible for providing Service Desk, Enterprise Application, Network Infrastructure, Business Intelligence and…

9 days ago

Senior CRM System Administrator

Precor Inc. Woodinville, WA

The Senior CRM System Administrator is responsible for the ongoing setup and maintenance of Precor’s CRM tools, primarily, with a…

24 days ago

Software Development Engineer

Precor Inc. Woodinville, WA

Reporting to the Software Quality Assurance Manager, you will work in the Software Quality Assurance team in an open office environment using…

30 days ago

Claims Business Analyst

Precor Inc. Woodinville, WA

The Claims Business Analyst is responsible for overseeing , reviewing and processing claims for accuracy, completeness and eligibility. They will…

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Rob Barker
4 Ratings

    Good but not awesome

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    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee  in  Woodinville, WA
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Woodinville, WA

    I have been working at Precor full-time for more than 3 years


    - If you are in to health and fitness you get to be part of making great products.
    - Coworkers are great. There is a culture of accountability although it is starting to fade somewhat.
    - Good work / life balance.
    - Fairly small company so you'll get to know everyone and your way around quickly.
    - Manufacturing takes place right there on the main campus which is cool.
    - The work is interesting and challenging.
    - The company is profitable.
    - The CEO is approachable and friendly, hopefully this attitude will set an example for his senior staff. His strategy for the company seems positive. Too soon to tell, but it appears likely he will keep downward pressure on benefits and possibly cut profit sharing.


    - Management is very cliquey. If you aren't part of the "in crowd" your input isn't valued.
    - Higher than average stress. Mostly caused by constantly conflicting goals.
    - Deadlines and budgets are extremely serious but resources to accomplish what's needed aren't always available. Tasks needed to complete an assignment are constantly adjusted.
    - The facility is underwhelming, furniture hasn't been replaced in decades.
    - Benefits and compensation are average.
    - Small layoff mid-year was quickly followed by hiring replacements and then additional staff with very similar skills. No real apparent logic there.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    - Invest in some facilities upgrades.
    - Don't be so quick to keep bringing in more "senior leaders" without a plan. You are risking having too many people in charge.
    - Spend some time understanding what your staff is working on, you might find your people are more talented than you realize.

    Positive Outlook
    Disapproves of CEO